Starting point for the Route des Belles-Histoires, visit the magnificent Place de la Gare and the nearby public market. Take a break at one of the lively terrraces in the downtown core. Do a tour of the history circuit, which leads you along a path of discovery via a number of heritage panels. Don’t miss the museum exhibition dedicated to curé Antoine Labelle at the cathedral entrance. Every summer, the city comes to life thanks to the Saint-Jérôme Folk festival and a diverse summer events program. In addition, kilometer zero on "Le P’tit Train du Nord" linear park is located in the heart of the city near the Place des Festivités. At the Maison de la Culture Claude-Henri-Grignon, you can visit the museum exhibition dedicated to this author and, under the same roof, explore the highly original universe of the Musée d’Art Contemporain des Laurentides. In any season, come and discover the numerous, unexpected tourist attractions of this city, the Laurentian’s regional capital.